Dec 19, 2022
Rick Butterworth is a co-founder & leads engineering and
operations at Wakelet. He studied aviation technology at Salford
University, obtained his private pilot’s license, and worked as an
airport consultant, before joining Wakelet. His interests include
UX, product, coding, and Web3.
Tisha Poncio, M.S. Learning Technologies/Instructional
Design, has served in education for the last 21 years. She has led
students in the classroom teaching English, Web Design, Graphic
Design, Business Computers, Programming, and Broadcast Journalism
and coached educators and administrators as a digital learning
specialist for 12 years. She is a Google Certified Trainer and was
named a finalist in 2018 for Instructional Technology Specialist of
the Year in Texas. She has presented at numerous educational
technology conferences across the nation and in her home state of
Texas speaking about student leadership, student autonomy, digital
citizenship for all ages, and meaningful technology integration.
She currently serves as Wakelet's Digital Learning
- Wakelet works for hiring
because it works as a CV as well. You can organize candidates into
a Wakelet collection.
- Ideas for use continue to come
as you play with the tool.
- Wakelet can be used for note
taking on books for future use or creating your own
- It is a great tool for self
reflection and goal setting to show growth.
- The best way to empower
teachers for this or any other tool is by modeling it's use
- Wakelet can be used for
districts so that it includes analytics.
- Wakelet can be a tool to
empower students to use technology for good. They are already
curating. Let them use Wakelet to do it in a positive way that
benefits their education.
- We now need to listen to
students and let them lead the way to advance in
- Why do we only bring schools
together to compete instead of learn? We are all learning the same
thing, we should be learning it together.
- Embrace the evolution of your
- We have to be careful to not be
too quick to put our opinion into situations without fully
- If we are going to keep
learning we should never be afraid to admit when we change our
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